Today I am 29. Tomorrow I will be 30.
I started my first real blog when I was 19. It was really stupid, but I think I downloaded all that stuff into an archive before I deleted that account. I should go back and read it sometime. I'm pretty sure it was all about the boys I had crushes on and stuff I did at work and school.
I'm not sure if my blogs have changed much in the last 10 years.
My 20s were good to me. I married a man who makes me laugh every day. We bought a house, got a dog and we traveled. A lot. Still, we live a simple and incredibly blessed life.
I partied like I should have when I was in college and I made friends that will be my friends for the rest of my life. Nice people who like being nice to other people. They make me realize how good humans can be.
In my 20s, I came to appreciate my parents in a different way although I still don't show it as much as I should. I came to value my brother as a best friend.
After spending a chunk of my teens being teased, I became comfortable enough with my own nerdiness to not only embrace it, but to wear it as a badge of honor. There are some nerd things I still keep in my nerd closet, but maybe in my 30s I'll realize that it doesn't matter if I'm teased anymore.
I did and said things that I'm embarrassed to admit. I'm pretty sure I've blocked some moments from my memory for all eternity. My opinions about the world have changed. It's perpetual motion, I guess.
Growing up, I was convinced I would die at 23 (I wrote a blog when I was 22, panicking about my upcoming doom) and now that I've made it 7 years past my own personal death clock, I'm pretty pumped I still get to be here. I'm not sure where my death clock is set, but I've fallen more and more in love with life every day that I get to wake up.
Aside from my latent superpowers awakening, I don't expect much to change when I turn 30 tomorrow. I still plan too much, get too anxious about things, and still over-think things. I doubt that will change when I'm 30, but I'm still excited about it.
I wonder what I'll write at 39.
Sayonnara 20s. Thanks for all the awesome.
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